Jacqueline Humphries at Carneige Museum
What fascinates me is how little I can control their behavior in new situations. An image will coalesce and then disintegrate, giving way to another reading that sort of comes out of the background. To me some parts of a painting appear as if you’re looking down at them from an airplane window; others might evoke something that you’re very close to which is out of focus, and maybe this is interlaced with forms that feel very distant, and crisper. The objective is to knit wildly varying perspectives into a unified space. Because of the way light reacts to the metallic paint, the paintings change as your physical relationship to them changes. I like the unstable situation that depends on the light and the viewer both moving around; the painting changes before your eyes. --Jacqueline HumphriesCecily Brown interviewed Jacqueline Humphries and asked questions about her paintings resistance to stationary viewing. Read the full interview here in Bomb Magazine. The images below are from Humphries exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art which included these new paintings using ultraviolet pigments.
|Jacqueline Humphries, Installation view|
|Jacqueline Humphries, detail|